Is It Difficult For A Man To Contract Hiv From A Woman Through Normal Vaginal Intercourse

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is it possable to develop HIV in anal sex? HIV TRANSMISSION BETWEEN TWO HIV NEGATIVES, 2009)

hello, me and my girlfriend recently had unprotected anal sex, she has done it before so we did it the "right" way going slow and pleanty of k-y and there was no trama but this was her 1st time unprotected. we are both absolutly clean of any form of...
Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

Response from Robert J. Frascino, M.D.

The Robert James Frascino AIDS Foundation
...replicate proven methods of reducing teenage pregnancies. At least $75 million would have to be spent on programs known to delay sexual activity and to increase contraceptive use. The Department of Health and Human Services describes the shift in... Read more »


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Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation

Women Can Contract HIV Through Healthy Vaginal Tissue, Study Says

...cells deeper in tissue, and some thought the normal lining of the vaginal tract could work as a barrier to transmission during sexual intercourse. Reuters reports that the study "casts doubt" on the theory that HIV transmission requires a break... Read more »
U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

HIV/AIDS Among Hispanics/Latinos

...Hispanic/Latino men was more than double that of white men (43/100,000 vs. 20/100,000). In 2006, Hispanic/Latino men who have sex with men (MSM) 3 represented 72% of new infections among all Hispanic/Latino men, and nearly 19% among all MSM.... Read more »
The Body

Uncovered: Human Need vs. Condoms

...his life, to even have to talk about why that is not the smartest sexual move. And, also, HIV can be transmitted from penis/vaginal intercourse between a man and a woman. It is less likely, but it does happen. But the assumption that the only... Read more »
San Francisco AIDS Foundation

HIV Testing

...their blood that can be detected by an HIV test, even though the person may already have high levels of HIV in their blood, sexual fluids, or breast milk. Here is what the CDC says about the window period: "Antibodies generally appear within... Read more »